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Q: How do I play music with my iPod?

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How do I play music with my iPod?

You can adjust the settings of your iPod to play music through the car’s stereo by accessing the controls on the radio.

  1. Push the Power knob to turn the system on.

  2. Turn the Power knob right or left to adjust the volume.

  3. Use either the Seek or Track buttons to select a song or to fast-forward or reverse.

  4. Press the 1 button to repeat a song.

  5. Press the 2 button to shuffle the songs.

  6. Press the 5 button to play or pause your music on the iPod.

  7. Press the 6 button to access the iPod menu.

  8. Turn the right knob on the radio/CD player to display a list or select a song from the iPod.

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